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Missing the stumps and the point... but only just

The worst job

Sahil Rizwan


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Sahil Rizwan is a comic-strip writer who's always between unemployments. He blogs at The Vigil Idiot

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Comments: 3 
Posted by nadeeka2 on (May 1, 2011, 4:13 GMT)

Ha, ha. Great job. The best French Cut in a while.

Posted by   on (April 29, 2011, 3:43 GMT)

Hehe. Well, looks like BCCI made sure all the blame lies on a non-desi. All we can do is hope the way down isn't a steep fall and have some faith that maybe the team will stay par.

Posted by   on (April 28, 2011, 13:39 GMT)

hahahaha !!!hoping it doesn't happen !!! Duncan, well seriously a weird choice by BCCI, anyways wishing Duncan ATB !!! On the strip.......AWESOME MATE !!! :)

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